Leadership academics are often told that they should improve the impact of their work, without necessarily receiving much guidance on how to achieve this aim. Professional bodies carry out their own leadership research, to meet the needs of their members often without linking to the work being done in an academic environment. In both contexts, research aims to understand leadership, followership and the impact of a range of strategies for improving workplace outcomes.
We are delighted to present this event in collaboration with CMI and CIPD. Our aim is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academic and management contexts. We will outline the latest research being conducted in both environments and discuss how closer ties between the two worlds has been achieved and could be further developed.
The benefits of such an event include increasing awareness of the types and foci of research in both communities, to look for synergies in research streams and then to find ways of collaborating that potentially pool resources and build bridges between academia and management practitioners. We hope that participants will influence this discussion and hence the directions in which research could travel in the field of leadership and leadership development.
This event will take place on 9th January 2018. 12-1pm Lunch, poster presentations and networking, Event: 1-5pm
Who Should Attend
This event is aimed at researchers who are interested in how academic and management research interests can be aligned and who may be looking for opportunities to find research partners across the two communities.
- Members of BAM (including doctoral students) interested in the application of leadership and leadership development research
- Managers looking for sources of research and ways to benefit from both streams of investigation
- Other members of CMI and CIPD
Benefits of Attendance
- Increased awareness of the types of research taking place in the management and academic environments
- A chance to meet and network with colleagues from management/practitioner and academic contexts
- Understanding of where synergies between the two might lie and how these could be developed
- A chance to influence the directions that could be taken in future by contributing to the panel discussion and workshop conversations on this subject
The Work Foundation,
21 Palmer Street
Paper Submission Details
Posters on current research are welcomed from academics and doctoral students. Please provide a 200 word abstract to describe your work and how it relates to the topic of this event. References, diagrams and tables will not be included in the word count.
Ann Francke (CMI)
Peter Cheese (CIPD)
Professor Richard Bolden (University of the West of England),
Professor Jean Hartley (Open University)
Professor Nic Beech (University of Dundee)
The Leadership and Leadership Development SIG is delighted to present this event in conjunction with the CMI and CIPD practitioner organisations and The Work Foundation.
The event will take place at the Work Foundation in Central London where we can accommodate up to 60 delegates.
Nearest Tube Station: St James Park (District Line), take the right exit from tube station, turn right out of the station and the Work Foundation is the next building on the right.
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BAM Student members: £20
BAM members: £30
Non-BAM members: £40
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Dr Julie Wilson
21 Palmer Street
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